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Sanpad Phase3

The South Africa Netherlands research Programme on Alternatives in Development (SANPAD) has since 1997, been financed by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. SANPAD has facilitated and financed research projects, search capacity building and research support activities over the past ten years. This Programme Document explains how the SANPAD Phase 3 (2008-2013) programme will contribute to the South African National research and development goals and agenda, the goals of the South African Higher Education Sector and the goals of the Royal Netherlands Embassy (herein after referred to as the Embassy) on research and development.

 


Migration Conflict and Xenophobia

inaugural address by Ted Danson

At Friday 14 January, Prof. dr. Ton Dietz, gave his inaugural lecture at the Leiden University. At 1 May 2010 he became director of the well known African Studies Centre in Leiden

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Silverlining Africa

inaugural address by Ton Dietz

At Friday 14 January, Prof. dr. Ton Dietz, gave his inaugural lecture at the Leiden University. At 1 May 2010 he became director of the well known African Studies Centre in Leiden

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Mandy Hlengwa

@Pretoria's PhD Student Research Forum

Competition Winner Mandy Hlengwa, a Rhodes 2008-2009 SANPAD RCI student was nominated to represent at the University of Pretoria's PhD Student Research Forum

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